Cybercriminals are getting craftier these days. Although IT specialists have developed sophisticated methods to block attacks, hackers continue to create increasingly devious ways to get around firewalls and intrusion protection systems. More than 80 percent of firms report that they’ve been hacked, according to a Duke University survey. Read more
Cybercriminals view firewalls and virus software as a challenge. They’re adept at finding increasingly devious ways to exploit IT system vulnerabilities and regularly beat intrusion systems designed to guard against attacks. Using AI or artificial intelligence for virus protection programs offers a better way to prevent hackers from stealing your company’s confidential information.
Hackers often have unwitting accomplices in the companies they target. The problem occurs when employees fail to follow security rules, making cyber-criminals jobs much easier. Although employees may not mean to expose the company’s information, their lack of discretion can spell big trouble for small businesses. Compliance, an important aspect of data loss prevention, can help you avoid the following problems.
Sometimes, D.I.Y. isn’t the best or most cost-effective solution to a maintenance problem!
What do many small business owners have in common? They try to save money by handling IT management and network maintenance themselves. Like many do-it-yourselfers, they soon discover that it would have been cheaper just to pay for the services they needed instead of doing it themselves.